The Google Nexus 7 II, rival of the Apple iPad Mini (check out Apple iPad Mini here), specs have been leaked on the internet. The leak reveals the 7-inch tablet will be able to connect to a 4G network.
Phone Arena (check out site here) reports an ASUS rep spilling the beans on the rumoured device. The site reports, “An alleged live chat with an Asus rep has revealed the laundry list of technicals for the upcoming second edition of the Google Nexus 7 tablet.
“Granted, the rep places Q2 end in the month of July, but it's not the first less than knowledgeable rep, nor will this be the last. More fun is the fact that he gave out the full list of specs with the warning that this is still not public, yet they'll send it out for review anyway. Either the announcement is imminent, or the rep doesn't really care, or maybe both.
“As you can see below, the 7" 1980x1200 pixels screen has been confirmed, along with a Snapdragon 600 processor, 5 MP rear camera, 4000 mAh battery, and optional 4G connectivity.”
Since ASUS and Google are yet to officially unveil the Nexus 7 II, treat this like just any other rumour for now. We’ll keep you posted once we hear anything from the two.